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Tuesday, 13 February 2018

Submerged forest at Abermawr

After the winter storms (or some of them -- they probably haven't finished yet) there are some nice exposures of the submerged forest at the bottom edge of the storm beach.  It was a bit too stormy today, and the tide wasn't low enough to examine the exposures properly -- but as usual we can see fallen trees and branches, old tree roots and patches of peat.

This is another great photo from Abermawr, recently posted on the Pembs Geology Facebook page by Dan Soper.


Dave Maynard said...

How is the erosion at the back of the beach?


BRIAN JOHN said...

Interesting that you should ask that, Dave. I was quite surprised when I saw what has been happening lately -- will do a post shortly.....